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A few months into the start of the war, a devoted reader of THE SPECTATOR, responding to an earlier article concerning partisan sniping activity in occupied France and Belgium, wrote to the editors to point out that the Hague Convention (precursor to the Geneva Convention) condemned the practice of summary sniper executions. Mention is made of the fact that the occupying German forces disregarded the law.

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Snipers and the Hague Convention (The Spectator, 1914)

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